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Marc Gunther is a senior writer at FORTUNE magazine, a columnist at CNNMoney.com and the author of “Faith and Fortune: How Compassionate Capitalism is Transforming American Business” (Crown Business, 2004).
Marc has written cover stories for FORTUNE about the greening of Wal-Mart and spirituality in the workplace. He has also written about CEO Jeff Immelt’s efforts to reshape the values of General Electric, the rise of corporate social responsibility, globalization, the environmental movement, corporate governance, AIDS and gay rights in corporate America. He has profiled media mogul Sumner Redstone, shareholder activist Bob Monks, evangelical minister Rick Warren and talk-show host Jay Leno in FORTUNE.
Before joining FORTUNE in 1996, Marc worked for more than 20 years for newspapers including “The Paterson (N.J.) News”, “The Hartford Courant”, “The Detroit News” and “The Detroit Free Press”. He is the author or co-author of three previous books: “Basepaths: From the Minor Leagues to the Majors and Beyond” (Scribners, 1984), “Monday Night Mayhem: The Inside Story of Monday Night Football” (William Morrow, 1988) with Bill Carter, and “The House That Roone Built: The Inside Story of ABC News” (Little Brown, 1994). “Monday Night Mayhem” became a movie starring John Turturro as Howard Cosell that was shown on TNT.